Below you will find all the information required for the Sevilla v Man City match.
The Supporter Liaison Officer will be in Sevilla from Tuesday evening through to matchday. The SLO can be contacted by email on [email protected] or by mobile, +44 (0)7827 997817.
We wish you a safe trip and look forward to seeing you in Seville.
- Tickets for this fixture will be issued as [email protected] tickets which you will be required to print out in order to enter the stadium.
- Duplicate tickets will not be issues.
- Turnstiles will be open from 7pm (local time).
- It is recommended that fans arrive 2 hours before kick-off. Fans will be kept behind after the end of the game until local police deem it safe to leave.
- There are alcohol regulations in force by the Spanish law, which punishes those drinking in the street.
- Manchester City supporters are in the South end of the stadium.
- Stadium access will be from Gate 11.
- Fans can use both cash and credit cards in the stadium.
- Flags sized 2mx3m are allowed inside the stadium. Any larger flags will require a fire certificate. Flag poles are not allowed.
- Bags sized 34cm x 50cm are allowed inside the stadium. Battery packs should not exceed 8cm x 4xm.
- The use of pyrotechnics, flares and smoke bombs is prohibited, and anyone found in possession of or being associated to these items may be arrested.
Requirements are correct as of 31st August 2022.Please keep up to date on gov.uk for latest guidance.
- If you are traveling to Spain you must show valid proof of one of the following on entry:
- being fully vaccinated. Your vaccination status must meet the Spanish authorities’ validity period requirements. See ‘If you’re fully vaccinated’.
- a negative COVID-19 test: either a PCR taken within 72 hours prior to departure, or an antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to departure. See ‘If you’re not fully vaccinated’.
- having recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months. You can use a medical certificate or recovery record to prove your COVID-19 status on entry to Spain. See ‘If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year’.
- Consider the impact of wearing Club colours when not inside the stadium
- Carry your passport at all times. Police conduct checks and want to see originals.
- Carry a note of the address of your hotel (in both English and Spanish) – it can help people give you directions and ensure that taxi drivers know where you want to go.
- Keep the number of valuables you carry to a minimum - passport, a credit card, your phone and some money - and ensure they are secured (not in your back pocket).
- Change money at a bank, hotel, or in exchange kiosks – NOT on the street
- Carry the contact number for your travel insurer at all times.
- Carry the address and telephone number of the British Embassy so you can call for help.
- Leave a copy of your passport and other documents safe in your hotel in case you lose the originals.
- Do not carry weapons of any sort, you may get you arrested.
- Do not commit acts of theft: you are more likely to be locked up rather than fined or deported.
- The address for the Stadium; Sevilla Fútbol Club, s/n, 41005 Sevilla, Spain
- Fans are advised to meet in the City Centre, this is approximately a 25-minute walk to the stadium
- You can take the underground from the city centre to the stadium, you will need to get off at the Grand Plaza which is closest to the away end
The City Centre of Seville is an iconic tourist location surrounded by numerous bars and restaurants. Fans are advised to meet here which is a short walk from the stadium and close to the Underground.
There are many tourist attractions in Seville. You can find more information on the Seville City guide here.
Spanish Police have advised Manchester City Supporters should not go to the North end of the stadium and do not go to the bars in the vicinity of the stadium as these are for Sevilla supporters only.
Police will conduct a hold back after the final whistle until they deem it is safe to leave. This is in the interest of the safety of all visiting supporters.
As guardians of this great Club, we all have a responsibility to act as ambassadors of not only Manchester City, but also the city of Manchester.
This includes respecting The Club’s values and we will not tolerate discriminatory behaviour of any kind. Anyone found to be behaving in a discriminatory manner will be banned from attending matches.
If you witness incidents like these please get in contact with a steward as soon as you can and report your concerns as this will help us to act on them as quickly as possible. You can also alert the Supporter Liaison Officer by email [email protected] or by mobile, +44 (0)7827 997817.
The Embassy is open by appointment only. If you’re a UK national in Spain in urgent need of consular help, please do not turn up at the Embassy at first instance, instead call +34 91 714 6300. Further information can be found here.
Get an emergency travel document
If the person needing the emergency travel document is under 16, a parent or guardian should apply on their behalf.
If you are arrested
You can contact the British Consulate and request consular assistance if you are arrested, however they cannot get you out of prison, represent you in court or pay your bills. If you wish to contact an embassy official to ask they contact your next of kin, please make this request clear to the local police authorities.
Please ensure you keep the Supporter Liaison Officer updated at any time you speak to the British Consulate or have to make use of any of the emergency number.
If you lose your wallet, please try to cancel your credit cards as soon as possible. British Embassy officials cannot give you money to help you return home. You can use most major credit cards to obtain money from cash machines if you have your PIN. The British Embassy in Seville can provide you with telephone and internet facilities during opening hours.